US government agencies can now leverage company's market-leading digital workspace solutions to enable secure work anywhere, anytime from any device
Citrix Systems announced that it has achieved the U.S. Federal Risk and
Authorization Management Program's (FedRAMP) Moderate Status, clearing
the way for U.S. government agencies to use the company's market-leading
digital workspace solutions to empower secure work anywhere, anytime from
any device. The authorization was approved for Citrix Cloud Government
and Citrix DaaS by the FedRAMP Program Management Office (PMO) and Joint
Authorization Board (JAB) following a rigorous review process.
New Citrix DaaS solutions available on Google Cloud Marketplace deliver cost and time-savings in making transition from procurement to deployment.
Last year, Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTXS) and Google Cloud announced their commitment to helping customers accelerate and embrace hybrid work models through Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions. And they're delivering on it. The companies today announced that two new Citrix DaaS solutions are available for purchase in the Google Cloud Marketplace, making it easier than ever for organizations with Citrix VDI solutions to transition to Citrix DaaS on Google Cloud.
And the timing couldn't be better.
Your workforce has gone hybrid. Your employees demand anywhere access to the SaaS and cloud apps they need to be productive alongside an engaging and secure user experience
But because your critical business apps remain inside the datacenter while employees access them on a variety of networks and devices, ensuring a strong security posture is not easy. Enter Citrix Secure Private Access, which delivers zero trust network access (ZTNA) for hybrid employees inside an unparalleled security user experience.
The Citrix Secure Private Access solution gives you the best of both worlds: adaptive, robust, and VPN-less security without disrupting the preferred workflows of your remote employees. Let's examine how Citrix Secure Private Access can strengthen your security posture with location-based security and provide zero trust network access to critical business apps - all inside a simplified user experience.
The global semiconductor shortage continues to place severe constraints on IT departments.
The U.S. Department of Commerce reports that demand for chips has risen by 17 percent from 2019 to 2021, with little growth in supply. The mismatch in supply and demand has led to delays and even cancellation of critical digital transformation initiatives.
This shortage has served as a wake-up call for technology leaders. There is a growing realization that excessive dependency on hardware vendors can jeopardize digital transformation initiatives. These technology leaders are accelerating their move to the cloud.
Citrix survey reveals majority of employees will continue to work from home until skyrocketing gas prices return to Earth
hey've been given the green light to head back to the office, but employees aren't in a rush to do so given the rising price of gas. According to the results of a OnePoll survey conducted by Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTXS), 57 percent of workers across the United States plan to stay parked at home to avoid the high costs of commuting. And close to half of their counterparts around the world say they will do the same.
And the timing couldn't be better.
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